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Report Crime 100% Anonymously!

Fearless is the dedicated youth service of the independent charity Crimestoppers. They provide you with the opportunity to give information about crime 100% anonymously. You can give information to them using the online form or by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. They cannot track your IP address or your phone number. They have no way of … more

Birch Hill Public Toilets Closed

Due to a fire at the public toilets at Birch Hill, the unisex toilet will be closed. The accessible toilet is still available to those in possession of a radar key. This has been reported to the Police and it will be investigated. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause.

50th Anniversary of Twinning Association

Bracknell Town Council will be welcoming guests from Leverkusen for the weekend of 14th – 18th September to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Twinning Association which was founded in 1973.

Merchant Navy Day Event

Join us to hoist the Red Ensign in honour of Merchant Navy Day on Friday 1st Sept at 11am Brooke House, 54 High Street, Bracknell There will be free colouring in outside the Bracknell Town Council offices between 10.30 am – 12 noon with the chance to meet some of our Councillors and members of … more

Bracknell Town Mayor Running Virtual Marathon for Charity

Bracknell Town Mayor for 2023-24, Councillor Simon Carter is fundraising for his chosen charity of the year, Power of Parenting. On the 21st of April 2024,  Simon will be running the Virtual London Marathon, doing two laps of the Bracknell Half Marathon route coming through The Lexicon three times. Power of Parenting is a cause … more

Bracknell Urban Spaces Project

The eight partner towns of Leverkusen in Germany are part of the Urban Spaces Project including Bracknell, and have been working together over the past two years to research the local history of the urban and cultural development of their respective towns in the years between the two World Wars 1918-39. Funded by Erasmus+, the … more

Grounds Person Vacancy – CLOSED

Salary: Starting salary of £21,575 subject to qualification and experience plus generous Pension Scheme Hours: 37 hours per week Working pattern: Full Time Location: Bracknell Closing date: Midnight 22nd August 2023 Bracknell Town Council is responsible for the management and maintenance of recreational facilities across Bracknell Town. The Town Council is the largest of six … more

Birch Hill Toilets Re-Open

As of Friday 14th of July 2023, Birch Hill residents and visitors will have access to state-of-the-art facilities as Birch Hill Toilets proudly reopens its doors after a period of closure due to renovations. Bracknell Town Council expresses its deepest gratitude to the community for their patience during this period and is delighted to present … more

Send in your Questions!

**Join us for our Annual Town Meeting and AGM and have your questions answered on 16th May – 7.30pm at Great Hollands Pavilion** If you have any questions or points for Bracknell Town Council that you would like discussed at the Annual Town Meeting, please email them to or drop them off in writing … more

Vacancy – Casual Pavilion Assistant – CLOSED

Casual Pavilion Assistant £10.62 per hour Hours will be available at all the Council’s pavilion coffee shops. Evening and weekend shifts as well as school holiday and half term shifts will be available. The number and hours of work will be discussed at interview. The ability to attend all sites is essential. Birch Hill Recreation … more

Vacancy – Grounds Person – CLOSED

Salary:                                 £24,054 – £26,845 (subject to qualification and experience) plus generous Pension Scheme Hours:                                 37 hours per week Working pattern:           Full Time Location:                            Bracknell Closing date:                    Midnight 14th May … more

Are you ready to vote this May?

There are a number of ways you can have your say on Thursday, 4 May, but first of all you must be registered to vote. If you’re not registered, you have until 11.59pm on 17 April to register – apply at: Register to vote – GOV.UK ( Once you are registered, you can vote: in … more

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